Fifteen years after a suicide bomb that killed Lebanon’s prime minister Rafik Hariri and 21 others rattled the Lebanese capital of Beirut, justice has been delivered.
It’s a showdown in Idlib province that pits Russia, Iran, Hezbollah and Assad against Turkey and its militia allies. But what’s the U.S. up to? Where’d the TOW missiles come from?
The new docuseries “Nisman: The Prosecutor, the President and the Spy” explores the unsolved death of Alberto Nisman, a man investigating links between Iran terror and Argentina.
Hezbollah sleeper agents have already been caught in recent years surveilling “hot spots” to hit in U.S. cities.
One Hezbollah commander tells The Daily Beast he will never fire on his own people. Another follows the line from Iran, blaming the U.S. and Israel for Lebanon’s unrest.
On the heels of mass protests in Algeria, Sudan, and Iraq, Lebanon has joined a second wave of social discontent in the Arab world.
Fawaz answers all our questions about his alleged dealings with Iran, Hezbollah, and a notorious drug trafficker. But for Trump’s family lobbyist this doesn’t look good.